GE’s exclusive, patented, beamforming technology provides the power for this multi-purpose ultrasound system. Using both coherent and harmonic image processing, the system provides computational power, ease of imaging, workflow flexibility and product upgradeability.
The Vivid iq excels in the following areas:
Exceptional image quality on the GE Vivid iq Ultrasound Machine is created through the use of ultra definition clarity filtering and virtual apex ( larger field-of-view) for the FPA probes.
Coded Harmonics – Produces excellent quality images from even difficult-to-image patients.
Ease of use features make GE Vivid iq an extremely productive cardiovascular ultrasound system.
The combination of the full touch screen control with a conventional user control panel provides intuitive controls, helping the operator maintain focus on the patient and the ultrasound images during the exam.
Ergonomic features include the ergonomically designed LCD monitor and view angle adjusting mechanism. This enables continuous view angle adjustment of the LCD monitor, allowing the user to move the LCD monitor much closer to the operator, enabling the user to view at an optimized angle for text and annotation typing. And the TrackPad design is also ergonomic.
The innovative cart provides adequate legroom for standing or sitting positions. It is very easy to lock the console on the cart and remove it. In addition, the new up-down mechanism provides very easy continuous height adjustment. These ergonomic designs make the Vivid iq an extremely ergonomic-friendly cardiovascular ultrasound system.
Portability – The GE Vivid iq innovative compact design and touch user interface is ultraportable and light weight. This design combined with a flexible monitor design, enables easy transportation, typing and promotes scanning at the patient site. The battery option provides additional scanning time without a power supply and also allows quick boot up time from standby mode.
Additionally, the Vivid iq uses the proven raw data format technology that allows for advanced processing on archived images by applying many of the same scan controls and advanced quantitative tools as are available during the original exam.